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Old 02-22-2003, 02:26 PM   #1
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Cool Guitar World's 100 Essential Guitar Albums!!!!

Hey, seeing how much we like lists, here's another one!!! Guitar World magazine has out ten lists of ten albums with the best guitar sounds, songs, music, etc., each divided by genre. To start off, we have:

CLASSIC ROCK

1. "REVOLVER" --The Beatles1966
(songs include "Taxman", "Good Day Sunshine", "Tomorrow Never Knows" )
2. "EXILE ON MAIN STREET" --The Rolling Stones, 1972
("Happy", "Tumbling Dice", )
3. "WHO'S NEXT" --The Who, 1971
("Won't Get Fooled Again", "Behind Blue Eyes", "Bargain", "The Song is Over", "Baba O' Riley")
4. "THE DOORS" --The Doors, 1967
("Break On Through", "Light My Fire", "The End")
5. "ELECTRIC LADYLAND" --The Jimi Hendrix Experience, 1968
("Crosstown Traffic", "Voodoo Chile", "Burning of the Midnight Oil"--a total favorite of mine!!"Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)")
6. "DARK SIDE OF THE MOON" --Pink Floyd, 1973
("Time", "Money", "Us and Them")
7. "LED ZEPPELIN IV" --Led Zeppelin, 1971
("Black Dog", "Rock and Roll", "Misty Mountain Hop", and of course, "Stairway to Heaven")
8. "MACHINE HEAD" --Deep Purple, 1972
("Highway Star", "Smoke on the Water", "Lazy", "Space Truckin'")
9. "TOYS IN THE ATTIC" --Aerosmith, 1975
("Toys in the Attic", "Walk This Way", "Sweet Emotion")
10. "VAN HALEN" --Van Halen, 1978
("Running With the Devil", "Eruption," "You Really Got Me", "Ain't Talking 'Bout Love")
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10. "VAN HALEN" --Van Halen, 1978
("Running With the Devil", "Eruption," "You Really Got Me", "Ain't Talking 'Bout Love")
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! *rasies hand* I like some of their songs!!!!!!!! I dunno the name of them though. I heard them on the radio
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CLASSIC METAL

1. "PARANOID" --BLACK SABBATH 1970
(songs include "War Pigs", "Paranoid", "Iron Man", "Electric Funeral", and "Fairies Wear Boots")
2. "HIGHWAY TO HELL" --AC/DC, 1979
("Highway to Hell", "Girls Got Rhythm", "Walk All Over You", "Touch Too Much", "Shot Down in Flames")
3. "APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION" --Guns N' Roses, 1987
("Welcome to the Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Paradise City",
"Mr. Brownstone", "Nightrain")
4. "THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST" --Iron Maiden, 1982
("The Number of the Beast", "The Prisoner", "Run to the Hills",
"Hallowed Be Thy Name")
5. "BRITISH STEEL" --Judas Priest, 1980
("Living After Midnight", "Metal Gods", "Breaking the Law"
6. "MASTER OF PUPPETS" --Metallica, 1986
("Battery", "Master of Puppets", "The Thing That Should Not Be",
"Welcome Home (Sanitarium)")
7. "ACE OF SPADES" --Motorhead, 1980
("Ace of Spades")
8. "REIGN IN BLOOD" --Slayer, 1986
("Angel of Death", "Reign in Blood", "Piece By Piece")
9. "JAILBREAK" --Thin Lizzie, 1976
("Jailbreak", "The Boys Are Back in Town")
10. "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT" --UFO (live album), 1979
("Only You Can Rock Me", "Love to Love", "Lights Out", "Rock Bottom", "Doctor Doctor")
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Woohoo!! But you left out the 2 best songs on that album, "I'm Only Sleeping" and "She Said She Said"!
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Woohoo!! But you left out the 2 best songs on that album, "I'm Only Sleeping" and "She Said She Said"!
Hey! You forgot "And Your Bird Can Sing"!!!!!!!
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[SIZE=4]3. "APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION" --Guns N' Roses, 1987
("Welcome to the Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Paradise City",
"Mr. Brownstone", "Nightrain")
Awesome record. Guns N' Roses = one cool band.
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3. "APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION" --Guns N' Roses, 1987
("Welcome to the Jungle", "Sweet Child O' Mine", "Paradise City",
"Mr. Brownstone", "Nightrain")
Number 3?!?! EXCUSE ME?! Who in the hell do these idiots think they are?! I love Black Sabbath and everything, but Jesus Mary and Joseph, Appetite For Destruction should have been number one. And Mr. Brownstone is the worst track on that album, and it's still excellent!
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Hey! You forgot "And Your Bird Can Sing"!!!!!!!

And Your Bird Can Sing and I'm Only Sleeping are two of my favorite Beatles Songs ever!

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Is Thin Lizzie considered a "metal band?"

I don't think AC/DC is "metal" either, but it's a good list.

Kudos to them for mentioning Motorhead. Lemmy rules!

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1. "REVOLVER" --The Beatles1966
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woohoo the Beatles are the best
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Number 3?!?! EXCUSE ME?! Who in the hell do these idiots think they are?! I love Black Sabbath and everything, but Jesus Mary and Joseph, Appetite For Destruction should have been number one. And Mr. Brownstone is the worst track on that album, and it's still excellent!
I don't get it either, but I guess for them to put the Paranoid album at #1 makes sense because it's the album that pretty much INVENTED classic metal in 1970. Yeah, G N' R should've been higher. I don't know who the hell compiled these lists. Guitar World editor Brad Tolinsky says that Back in Black by AC/DC should've been on there as well. Btw, the songs I put on there WEREN'T necessarily listed in the article, these were songs that WERE either mentioned or ones that were popular, or my own favorites, etc., in other words, ones that gave an idea what the album/band was noted for. I personally think "Mr. Brownstone" was a really cool song, maybe I should actually BUY
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Woohoo!! But you left out the 2 best songs on that album, "I'm Only Sleeping" and "She Said She Said"!
You know, I remember hearing the album some time ago on the radio and thought it was great --BUT I DON'T REMEMBER ALL THE SONGS ON THE ALBUM!!!! Gee, what sort of Beatles fan am I...They only listed one song on the album in the article, and the others I had to quote from memory...
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Is Thin Lizzie considered a "metal band?"

I don't think AC/DC is "metal" either, but it's a good list.

Kudos to them for mentioning Motorhead. Lemmy rules!

I guess back in the 70's when the charts were glutted with disco and radio-friendly pop, they WERE considered metal. Funny how a lot of bands were--including Styx and Foreigner...

AC/DC will tell you right off they are NOT a metal band, they get very offended by that term. Angus Young gets this idea of men in armor when he thinks of it...

It's strange, I remember watching this history of Headbangers' Ball on MTV year ago or so, and back in the early 90's they had a problem with not knowing what to do with bands like Soundgarden and some of them who didn't fit the traditional definition of heavy metal--"should we put them on the show?"
This broadening of heavy metal and hard rock was one of the reasons why they cancelled the show...

Btw, Ozzy and Black Sabbath, Rush, KISS, etc. have never considered themselves heavy metal either. Ozzy says that when he thinks of heavy metal, he thinks of "a moose taking a dump in the woods..."

Speaking of Motorhead, they don't think of themselves as the "godfathers of thrash." I saw them open for (what then passed for) Black Sabbath in 1995 and not only were they very LOUD, but there seemed to be something very traditional in their music. They did ROCK, tho'...
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I don't get it either, but I guess for them to put the Paranoid album at #1 makes sense because it's the album that pretty much INVENTED classic metal in 1970. Yeah, G N' R should've been higher. I don't know who the hell compiled these lists. Guitar World editor Brad Tolinsky says that Back in Black by AC/DC should've been on there as well. Btw, the songs I put on there WEREN'T necessarily listed in the article, these were songs that WERE either mentioned or ones that were popular, or my own favorites, etc., in other words, ones that gave an idea what the album/band was noted for. I personally think "Mr. Brownstone" was a really cool song, maybe I should actually BUY
that album and get a better idea!!!
Yesssss.....buy the album. And "Back In Black" should have been on there. I was suprised it wasn't. I mean "Shook Me All Night Long" was what, one of the most popular songs in the 80's?
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